Angioplasty Failure Prevention
Now there is a new, non-invasive procedure
to identify and help prevent cardiac angioplasty failures,
and other heart problems. This website will provide information.
With approximately 35% of all angioplasties failing, wouldn't
you want to know before the 1st, 2nd or
even 3rd angioplasty failed-if you have risk-factors(s)
making your angioplasty 2 1/2 times more likely to fail.
Pioneering clinical research begun in 1992, and published
in 1996 and 1997 (mayo clinic proceedings 1996,
and 1997) conducted by Dr.
Mark Goodman has identified “cardio-toxic”
risk-factors which very successfully predict whose cardiac
angioplasty will fail prior to the patient undergoing
their first cardiac angioplasty procedure. Additionally,
my medical journal published research has also predicted
same-site second cardiac angioplasty failures, as well
as predict other adverse cardiac clinical events before
the patient becomes symptomatic. I have then exclusively
pioneered a highly successful, totally non-invasive risk-factor
modification intervention program of 8-12 hours duration
(divided into multiple sessions) that very significantly
further reduces same-site cardiac angioplasty failure;
thus sparing many from coronary artery by-pass grafting/open-heart
surgery. This non-invasive treatment
program also assists in preventing and reversing other
cardiac disease related disorders, such as: high-blood-pressure,
strokes, obesity, anger, and other vascular related disorders.
Since beginning my Angioplasty Restenosis/Failure Prevention Program in 1995 as experimental grant funded research, over 300 status-post cardiac angioplasty patients have been treated with this program. The success rate of my Angioplasty Restenosis/Failure Prevention Program is approximately 92%. Thus, about 92% of my patients who have failed a minimum of two previous same-site cardiac angioplasty’s (PTCA-Percutaneous Transluminal Coronary Angioplasty) have had those previously failed restenosed cardiac angioplasty artery site(s) remain open for at least a minimum of 3 years. In many cases, this Intervention Program has reduced/postponed the urgent need for coronary artery by-pass grafting open-heart surgery. While my patients have ranged in age from 26-74 years of age, my best/longest successes are in those individuals aged 26-52.
If interested, I kindly invite you to read “The
Experts Speak Interview” which immediately
follows below on this web-site. It provides a description
of my totally non-invasive Angioplasty Restenosis/Failure
Prevention Program, and may respond to frequently asked questions.
Abstracts/components of my actual original published medical
journal research articles are also available on this web-site
for educational viewing.
(Point/click for each named, published research article which is highlighted in the blue left hand margin).
This Angioplasty Restenosis/Failure Prevention Program
is provided by Dr. Mark Goodman, without technicians/assistants,
and in the strictest confidence and privacy. Special
“V.I.P.” local logistic arrangements (and security)
are available. My private practice is low
volume with no waiting, because no patients are scheduled
before, or after you on your treatment days. I am also available to
travel to the patient’s location with proper pre-arranged
Dr. Mark Goodman